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Our Mission

As New Jersey's public academic health center, University Hospital is committed to providing exceptional care to every patient, every time.

Our Mission

Our Vision

Partnering with our communities, University Hospital improves health for generations to come.

Our Core Values

  • Respect: We embrace the value of each person, sensitive to each individual’s unique and diverse needs.
  • Reliability: We’re passionate about the care we provide and we are accountable to each other to achieve high quality, safety, and service.
  • Teamwork: We communicate and collaborate to achieve shared goals, recognizing the contribution of each team member.
  • Integrity: We hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards and are committed to an honest and equitable environment.
  • Stewardship: We responsibly manage resources for our patients, their families and the communities we serve.
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Our History

University Hospital evolved from a long-standing history of providing primary health care services for generations of families in the City of Newark.

For several years until 1882, the City of Newark — without its own municipal hospital — maintained a total of 10 beds in Saint Michael’s Medical Center, Saint Barnabas and the German Hospital (now known as Clara Maass Medical Center) for the care of the indigent, sick and injured. Recognizing the need for better facilities for these individuals, City Hospital was organized by obtaining the use of the north wing of the Almshouse on the corner of Elizabeth Avenue and Concord Street. With 25 beds, the hospital opened to the sick on September 4, 1882 and was incorporated on February 23, 1883.

 

Awards and Recognition

University Hospital has been consistently recognized for excellence and high-quality care.

The Joint Commission

The Joint Commission

University Hospital is fully accredited by The Joint Commission. An independent, not-for-profit organization, The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 20,500 health care organizations and programs in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards.

Certificate of Distinction

Certificate of Distinction

Newark, NJ – NEWARK, NJ – University Hospital (UH), the State’s only public hospital, announced today that it has awarded a contract to create a master plan for a new hospital to Gensler, a global architecture, design, and planning firm with 49 locations.

U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report

University Hospital ranks among the Best Hospitals in Northern New Jersey and the New York Metropolitan area, according to \ Best Hospitals rankings, published by U.S. News & World Report. University Hospital is also recognized for “high performance” in the clinical specialty of Nephrology.

University Hospital Leadership

Administration

Mary K. E. Maples, Esq.
Interim President & Chief Executive Officer

Robert C. Iannaccone, MBA, JD
Executive Vice President

Eve Borzon, RN, MA, MPA, FACHE
Chief Operating Officer

Paul Brian Contino
Chief Information Officer

Tracy Forsyth, Esq.
Interim Chief Legal Officer & Secretary to the Board of Directors

Lois V. Greene, Ph. D.
Interim Chief Strategic Integration & Health Equity Officer

William Holubek, MD, MPH, FACMT, FACEP
Chief Medical Officer

Gary Huck
Chief Finance Officer

Nicole Sardiñas, DNP, RN, NPD-BC, CCRN-K, NEA-BC
Chief Nursing Officer

Eva M. Serruto, Esq.
Acting Chief Human Resources Officer

Danette L. Slevinski, JD, MPA, CHC, CHRC, CHPC, CIPM, CIA
Chief Compliance Officer

Board of Directors

The University Hospital Board of Directors serves as the governing body of the hospital and is responsible for general oversight of the hospital. The Board makes strategic decisions for the hospital, works collaboratively with the President and CEO, ensures the hospital is providing quality care, and oversees the hospital’s financial well-being. Members of the board also serve as the hospital’s primary representatives to the communities the Hospital serves.

Click here to meet our Board of Directors.

Community Oversight Board

The purpose of the University Hospital Community Oversight Board is to ensure that the Hospital is delivering on its mission and the intent of the Agreements Reached Between Community and Government Negotiators Regarding New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry and Related Matters of April 30, 1968, better known as the Newark Accords. The Board also functions to ensure that the Hospital provides a comprehensive health program to the community in the City of Newark (and the region), while providing access to all essential health care services.

Click here to meet our Community Oversight Board.

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Stats

  • Residents
    646
    Residents
  • Inpatient Admissions
    17,000
    Inpatient
    Admissions
  • Emergency Department Visits
    75,000
    Emergency
    Department Visits
  • Inpatient Surgeries
    3,977
    Inpatient Surgeries
  • Outpatient Surgeries
    7,502
    Outpatient Surgeries
  • Liver Transplants
    44
    Liver Transplants
  • Births
    1,200
    Births
  • Licensed Beds
    519
    Licensed Beds
  • Medical Staff
    785
    Medical Staff
  • Outpatient Clinic Visits
    230,000
    Outpatient
    Clinic Visits
  • EMS Responses
    107,774
    EMS Responses
  • JEMSTAR Responses
    360
    JEMSTAR Responses
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